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considered a scourge. what's happened? >> i think started in 1996 when california voters passed prop 215 which was this really loosely-worded ballot measure that made medical marijuana legal and the following year, about 400,000 californians got these medical pot cards which really you could get for anything like hangnail or writer's cramp. i got one for writer's cramp myself. >> jennifer: wow. >> so it basically was essentially legal. >> jennifer: did you do that as an experiment as a reporter or did you do it because you did have writer's cramp? >> i did it as an experiment to demonstrate how easy it was. the idea here is that really it is essentially legal in many of the states so it is not too much of an additional step to say hey, let's legalize it. >> jennifer: now you've got full legalization in colorado and washington. in colorado, more people voted to legalize pot than voted for the president in washington, it was about the same. so are you going to see now the federal government clamping down on dispensaries
of organizations on the ground in california. we came up with a program where the kids go, they pull a red wagon to the classroom. they elect a sheriff and another compute sheriff. the compute sheriff picks up the trash. they found out and mayor villaraigosa announced they're rolling this into 1700 county l.a. schools. it adds to it because every kid is in every seat on time. >> jennifer: how can people at home help to get the word out? >> what families and parents can do is -- whether it is working through their school board or pta, make sure the schools are offering these programs. in the summertime, make sure it is through the boys and girl's club or the rotary sponsoring the sites. >> nokidhungry.org. >> jennifer: hear that parents out there, if your children are eligible for free and reduced lunches, they could get something else too. you can offer free and reduced breakfasts. the money is there. you just have to figure out the logistics. founder of share our strength. coming up next, more of our series feeding the n
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